Clavulinopsis helvola - Mushroom 10 to 60 mm high, 1.5 to 4 mm thick; wormy, filamentous, club-shaped; usually twisted and bent; it is slightly flattened and grooved longitudinally; rounded or pointed at the top, rarely singularly split. Surface smooth, dull, sometimes slightly umbonate; yellow-yellow, lighter at the base.
Stem very small, unnoticeable; usually it branches out of several branches.
Fibrous, waxy, unchanging pulp; light yellow. Bitter taste, slight, indefinite smell.
Occurrence: In straight and mixed forests, on meadows, pastures, in parks, ditches, on the edges of forests - among grass and mosses. It grows in clusters; from July to November. Frequent places.
Value: Inedible mushroom.